Louisville, Kentucky is the largest city in the state named after King Louis XVI of France. Known variously for KFC, the Kentucky Derby, Muhammad Ali and Louisville Slugger baseball bats, there is a lot to like about this city.
The economy in Louisville is spread across industries and includes the traditional like shipping and finance, auto manufacturing to technology. It’s a real mix of shop floor, management and skilled and keeps the local employment market fresh and full of opportunity.
Corporate housing in Louisville is made up of furnished apartments spread across the city. All are high specification, fully furnished and equipped and are in purpose-built developments.
Employment in Louisville
The central location of Louisville makes it a logical transport hub and center for manufacturing and shipping. There are some top tech companies here will lots of creative and supporting industries too.
Major employers in Louisville include United Parcel Service, UPS Airlines, Ford Motor Company, Kentucky Truck Plant, Louisville Assembly Plant, GE Appliances, Humana Inc., Norton Healthcare, KentuckyOne Health, Yum! Brands, Papa John’s International, Brown-Forman, Anthem, Kindred Healthcare, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville, LG&E, University of Louisville, Amazon, Spectrum and Thorntons Inc..
Medical centers in Louisville include Robley Rex VA Medical Center, Norton Children’s Medical Center, University of Louisville Family Medicine, The Springs Medical Center, MedCenter One and Watterson Medical Center.
Getting around Louisville
Flying into Louisville will likely land you at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF). It is served by most airlines and is a few miles south of the city.
Buses are provided by Greyhound and Megabus with local services run by TARC (Transit Authority of River City).
Drivers will arrive in Louisville via I-71, I-65 or I-64 with the I-264 looping around the city. Lots of highways and local routes ensures swift passage wherever you need to go.
Louisville has a thriving arts, culture and alternative scene making it a very interesting place to spend time. With lots going on all year round and lots to entertain visitors and residents alike, you could do a lot worse than call Louisville home, even if for a while.
Neighborhoods of Louisville include Anchorage, Audubon, Buechel, Bullitt Co, Cherokee, Clifton, Crescent Hill, Downtown, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Fisherville, Germantown, Glenview, Highlands, Highview, Hillview, Hurstbourne, Indian Hills, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Lake Forest, Lyndon, Middletown, Newburg, NuLu, Okolona, Old Louisville, Oldham Co, Poplar Level, Portland, Prospect, PRP, St Matthews, Seneca Gardens, Shawnee, Shelby Co, Shively, S. Louisville, Spencer Co, Springhurst and Valley Station.
Highlights of Louisville include Cherokee Park, Iroquois Park, Waterfront Park, Big Four Bridge, McAlpine Locks and Dam, Jefferson Memorial Forest, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery, Actors Theatre, The Louisville Orchestra, The Louisville Ballet, The Kentucky